# Math Monsters

13/10/2014, 10:52

Funny lessons on addition and subtraction can be organized with various monsters: aliens, microbes, amoebas and other multi-ocular beings. For this you need colored paper, scissors, a black or brown felt-tip pen and a set of eyes. Having cut a symmetric creature with lots of legs and hands out from color paper, write a sum on the body which will designate the number of the eyes. The child's task - to stick on this quantity of eyes and to write down the answer. It is possible to play and vice versa: you stick eyes on the right and left side of a monster, and the child writes down the sum .

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